Did you know that almost 90% of college students struggle to find the best deals for their textbooks online? They spend multiple hours— even up to a week— trying to find the most inexpensive way to get their textbooks.
There is now an easier solution for students using Cengage products.
A new feature of Cengage, called Cengage Unlimited, is now offering a savings calculator that helps students to decide whether a textbook subscription service or online access codes are more beneficial.
As a subscriber to Cengage Unlimited, you would have over 20,000 digital course materials, such as eBooks, access codes and study guides. There is one set fee of $119.99 a semester or $179.99 a year, so you can get unlimited access to as many materials as you want for one price.
Students spend an average of $500 a year on textbook materials, this is a deal that students shouldn’t pass up.
“At Cengage, the days of spending hundreds of dollars on course materials each year are over,” said Michael Hansen, the CEO of Cengage. “College is stressful enough – buying course materials should not add to that stress.”
For any students using a Cengage learning technology platform, like MindTap or WebAssign, you can access a print rental for $7.99 with free shipping. You can hold on to your course materials for the first year at no cost after your subscription ends.
For more information on Cengage and Cengage Unlimited, visit www.cengage.com/unlimited.
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